BCH1 was lovely to work with and provided me a fabulous logo and biz card I am so excited about! I would love to work with him again! Thank you! I would give you ten stars if I could!
My design was not what I was expecting at all, but it was better then I could have imagined! She did an amazing job and even made small changes for me after the contest was done.
- corey f
Great to work with and quickly submitted modifications and uploaded files.
An interesting and excellent experience with this website. Thanks!
Great Designer! Creative and responsive. Any design alteration was acted on with flair. Hope to use again.
How ctfolley started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Impact Bioenergy manufactures and sells technology that creates renewable energy from organic waste (primarily food and yard waste). This energy can be generated in the form of electricity, pipeline gas, or CNG vehicle fuel. Each system is essentially a small power plant fueled by a community or organization's organic waste.
Our primary customers will be small to medium sized communities in addition to organizations that produce a significant volume of organic waste in their business. This includes communities of 5k-50k people, college campuses, corporate campuses, food processors, large grocers, military bases, islands, resorts.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Creative use of negative space is great when it works otherwise we would like to see lots of diversity in the submissions.
We would also like to see a relatively flat design consistent with that current trend.
If possible demonstrating "impact" in the logo would be great
Don't reference any particular form of energy in your design as this (i.e. a power plug or car) as the energy output differs for each project.
Elements that could be included would include
-the sun (subtly thought, we aren't solar though everything we convert into energy gathered its energy from the sun)
-flower or other plant life (we do want to be cautious that we don't appear to be growing food for energy as some ethanol and other biomass plants do)
-A cyclical visual would work very well as we are taking waste and recycling it into energy while also creating valuable fertilizer as a biproduct
-I am sure there are others but these came to mind
Try not to make it look like a cliched green design.